Kids will race on Labor Day in Believe in Books Literacy Foundation’s Kids’ Fun Run presented by Memorial Hospital and Story Land! The race takes place for kids ages 13 and under and will raise funds for BIBLF’s Bookbag Program!
GLEN, NH –Typically throughout amusement parks, you will see signs or hear “NO RUNNING ALLOWED!” Well on Labor Day, Monday, September 2nd, Believe in Books Literacy Foundation is changing the rules! Kids 13 and under will get to race through Story Land in Glen, NH for Believe in Books Literacy Foundation’s Kids Fun Run presented by Memorial Hospital and Story Land.
The Kids’ Fun Run will begin promptly at 9:00 am with registration opening up in the back parking lot at 8:15 am. All registrants will receive an event t-shirt, a race medal, and a free pass into Story Land to be used that day! Story Land donates all of the tickets while Memorial Hospital provides scholarships for local children to participate in this annual event. Kids in school districts SAU 9, 13, 20, 3 & MSAD 72 will have their registration fee covered by Memorial Hospital, so they can race for free! When registering, parents can enter the code: MHSCHOLAR to receive the scholarship. All other participants only pay a $10 donation to register! All net proceeds from this event will go towards BIBLF’s Bookbag Program.
Visit www.believeinbooks.org to register for the event or to sign up and help volunteer at the event. Volunteers will also receive an event t-shirt and a free pass into Story Land that day! BIBLF is hoping this will be the biggest Fun Run to date.
This fundraiser is one that the Believe in Books Literacy Foundation has created to help support its literacy initiatives. The Believe in Books Literacy Foundation is a Charitable 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit guided by the needs and involvement of the communities of which it serves, with a mission to advance healthy development of young minds through literacy programs that encourage early reading, imagination, and physical activity. Visit believeinbooks.org for more information about their fundraisers and literacy programs.